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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: "the young turks" coming up next with walmart workers under fire. >> and the response that we're getting from 11 million people who are out of work who would love to work on thanksgiving for walmart if they had a chance. >> michael: we have a walmart worker coming on the show telling us what life is really like working at the discount mega chain. and we have a cease-fire in time time. >> egypt's government is assuming the responsibility and leadership. >> they would not be allowing it unless prime minister netanyahu signed off on this. >> michael: you know, we will have that, we'll examine the role president obama played in that today. should this turkey be safe? >> i don't think it will change me at pull. the same values and convictions and same policies. sarah palin is just one of our turkeys. we'll have a lot of fun. it's gobel, gobel time. >> michael: big story around the country is the fact that walmart wanted to open their stores at 8:00 thanksgiving tomorrow, and the workers are fed up with it. here is a little bit of a story about that. >>
in the pardoning here. but we're doing our own tyt pardon. i'm joined by brett erlich jayar jackson michael and tricia rose here for our turkey from the turkey farm. the first turkey is newt gringrich. this is what he had to say this year making him the turkey. >> you're going to be the nominee. >> i'm going to be the nominee. i'm going to be the nominee. >> michael: it speaks for himself. you don't even have to put him on a turkey head. we move to sarah palin. look at the background in this clip. >> i don't think it has changed me at all. i have the same values and convictions, i'm just a greater probation for what other candidates go through. it's pretty brutal. >> michael: that's alaska's former governor in front of a turkey slaughter. >> with sarah palin i think that she you know, she did that whole thing where there was no difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull except for lipstick. i think she has spared herself from slaughter through irrelevance. if she's back she's a well train trained pit bull where you just have to go--and she'll stop. >> michael: jayar, she's the turkey t
investigation that unraveled it all. >>> michael unmasked. a superstar who gave us "thriller." ♪ thriller >> obsessed with pills, shopping and his lost childhood. the explosive new book blowing the lid off the secret life of michael jackson and the question that still haunts his fans. >> did michael jackson ever molest a child? >>> and kirstie tells all. fresh off her turn on "dancing with the stars," she tells barbara walters ant her battles with weight and falling for patrick swayze and the love of her life, john travolta. >>> there is breaking news right now. for that, we go to the abc news desk. >> good evening, everyone. i'm paula farris. we have breaking news tonight on that widening e-mail scandal rocking washington and the world. a scandal that led to the resignation of cia chief david petraeus. late this evening, abc news learned that general john allen, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, is being investigated for possibly inappropriate e-mail communications with one of the women linked to the petraeus scandal. it's the latest bombshell. kelly is a family friend of petraeus a
-mails and the investigation that unraveled it all. >>> michael unmasked. a superstar who gave us "thriller." ♪ thriller >> obsessed with pills, shopping and his lost childhood. the explosive new book blowing the lid off the secret life of michael jackson and the question that haunts his fans. >> did michael jackson ever molest a child? >> and kirstie tells all. fresh off her furnish on "dancing with the stars" her battles with weight and falling for patrick swayze and the love of her life, john travolta. cia. >>> good evening, i'm terry m e mor moran. tonight we have stunning new twists in the sex scandal that brought down david petraeus, head of the cia. his resignation shocked the nation. a four-star general in charge of our nation's secrets admitting an extramarital affair with the woman who penned his biography. a simple e-mail cybertrail, his undoing. martha raddatz has the latest. >> reporter: when general david petraeus granted paula broadwell exclusive and extraordinary access to pen his biography, he likely never imagined it would lead to his downfall. but tonight, his reputation is solid, th
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was pregnant. michael was thrilled, life was good. but early one morning in august 2009, it all came to an end to the two with a finality as certain as crime scene tape sprung across the front of the con development dalia had been located at her 6 a.m. workout by the boynton beach police u. >> this is sergeant frank ram circumstance boynton beach police department. >> everyone all right? >> ma'am, i need talk to you it is very urgent, it involves your husband, there's been an incident. >> reporter: she was instructed to get home right away. when she arrived, she saw police cars out front, everything that spells disaster just ahead. this is a police videotape of dalia getting the news. >> ms. dippolito? i'm sergeant ram zucker the one that called you. thank you for coming. sorry to call you. listen, we'd reported disturbance at your house. >> reporter: the officer was direct with dalia. he said there's been an intruder in the house and several shots were fired. >> your husband, michael, okay, i'm sorry to tell you you ma'am, he's been killed. [ crying ] >> he has been killed, ma'am. >> reporter
. >> they all moved on. a couple years later barbara married again. michael wolf, an exmilitary man like her dad. about the same age t too. >> your gad and new husband probably saw eye-to-eye a lot. >> they sure did. they have a lot in common. they would talk a lot. >> david wanted to be a part of his son's life, so he traveled out west to see the boy. >> he went out there with a friend of his. they saw johnny for three days. i have pictures of johnny in like the old western town and everything. >> and maybe it was something about the distance, said barbara. >> we became very good friends when i was out in arizona. i used to talk a lot. >> what she felt deep in her heart never did go away. david's brother mark was flying into town to pick up the family. david was to pick him up at the airport. but when mark arrived, he waited and waited. no david. but mark jackson had a terrible feeling. >> no matter what, he would have been there for me. i knew something was wrong. i knew something bad happened. >> oh, yes. very bad. and as the rookie detective poked around deep in the past, that something was
. david adams. mary -- john gallagher. michael -- we did have two individuals that would through their applications. i'm sorry one applicant. creighton reed already let us know that he could not make it. he was also not here at the last meeting. you have two minutes. >> good afternoon supervisors. i'm wallace levin. i am a longtime member of the veterans affairs commission. i feel it would be in the best interest of the city and county of san francisco and the veterans affairs commission if for the first time in the almost 30 year history of the commission that an attorney veteran, veteran staff member of the county veterans service office, and a city college student veteran be appointed to the commission. michael -- is a veteran and still reserves in the navy reserve as a jag officer. john gallagher was a marine. and a san francisco county veterans service office. leo burnett was in the navy an is an officer in the city college. 1500 are now attending classes at the city college. he would bring a direct contact with these veterans. all three are young and would bring much-
>>> booktv recently sought with michael skerker of the u.s. naval academy to talk about his book an ethics of interrogation. this interview is part of book tv's college series. it's about 20 minutes. >> you are watching book tv on c-span2. one of the things we do in booktv is visit campuses around the country. it gives us a chance to talk with professors who are also authors and today we are at the u.s. naval academy in annapolis maryland and joining us is the author of this book, michael skerker an ethics of interrogation is the name of the book. published by the university of chicago press. professor skerker, what do you do with theb academy? >> i teach the ethics class all the youngsters have to take and a number to loss of one studies to request to reduce the ethics of interrogation in your book is the philosophical books worth how to interrogate?y >> guest: >> it is the principal question number one circumstances can the state asked.yyyyyyy then there are some practical dos and don'ts as well. >> what is the geneva convention that we always talk about? spec the gene
rose, professor from brown university, michael hastings of "buzzfeed" and of "rolling stone." what's up? you know, hillary clinton secretary of state, went to israel today. she cut off that asian sort of farewell tour that she was on but she went there in the hopes that something could be worked out. there are rumors of a truce. there are rumors there is going to be a cease-fire. michael, as you look at what the country's mission is, what's the first thing that resonates with you when you see her on the ground there? >> what the white house has to show is they have an active involvement in this. they're going to broker a deal. this has been a tradition of the u.s. to come in when tensions flare to work something out and hopefully a lasting peace not one that just lasts a couple of years. >> first thing that struck me when i saw that hillary clinton with benjamin netanyahu was it didn't matter that netanyahu backed romney. all of that time wasted, all of that money wasted perhaps. speaking today with netanyahu
hollywood hunk to talk to, "twilight" star kellen lutz is here, and also ahead some of michael jackson's most prized possessions are going to be -- going up on the auction block, from the crystal-encrusted gloves. willie really has his eye on those, to the jackets from the bad tour. >> a little outside of my price range. >> are they pretty left? >> yeah. >> i would imagine. >> natalie is standing by at the news desk. she has a check of the headlines. natalie. >> good morning to you guys, once again. good morning, everyone. federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly collision in midland, texas. on thursday four people were killed when a freight train slammed into their parade float carrying wounded war veterans to a banquet of honor. among the victims was a two-time purple heart recipient. 17 others were injured. early indications show that the train may have not seen the decorated flatbed approaching, even though the crossing gate and lights appeared to be working at the time. intensifying rocket barrages overnight between israel and gaza have the region teetering on the brink
and former rnc chairman the notorious michael steele host of msnbc's politics nation the inimitable reverend al sharpton and "time" and political analyst, our other emmy darling mark halperin. >> america has given president obama a new four-year lease on the house at 1600 pennsylvania ight, itg mo. >> the president not only big. >> this shellacking electoral results, it looks like a rout. >> source close to the romney summed up their feelings in three words, this one stings. >> the six-round knockout out of nowhere. >> we were sitting in the pumpkin patch waiting for the great pumpkin to rise. never came. >> no. >> as it turned no one sing state was crucial for the president with the exception of north carolina president obama took every single battleground state. the only remaining question is florida which hasn't yet been called and where the president still holds a lead. last night at 12 minutes past 11:00, 12 minutesfirst declared the winner in 2008 the president clenched ohio and with it re-election. but a few were too shocked to believe it. >> all i'm saying
college student veteran be appointed to the commission. michael -- is a veteran and still reserves in the navy reserve as a jag officer. john gallagher was a marine. and a san francisco county veterans service office. leo burnett was in the navy an is an officer in the city college. 1500 are now attending classes at the city college. he would bring a direct contact with these veterans. all three are young and would bring much-needed knowledge, experience and expertise to the veterans affairs commission. with the addition of these outstanding candidates, the veterans affairs commission will be much more able to move forward our mandate to act in the best interest of veterans. thank you. >> supervisor kim: thank you very much. >> good afternoon committee members. i am steven - secretary of veterans affairs commission, here to speak essentially to underline the same three recommendations made by commissioner levin a moment ago. these three candidates if you mentioned bring unique capabilities and qualifications to the veterans affairs commission. as an attorney, michael mafey
of the greatest soccer stars they have given us and michael is carrying on the tradition. michael is this week's belaire honda student athlete of the week. when someone like barry says you are good you can run with it. >> i haven't had a player in work as hard as he didu. . >> michael was destined for the school when the coach saw him as an 8-year-old. he knew. >> he had this fight. >> reporter: michael say late bloomer. >> he hit a beat. a nice spurt. >> reporter: michael started his road to stardom in his junior and now senior year. >> every time i step on the field i know i have to give my best and i think to myself before i get in the game i have to do something to improve the outcome the game. >> he is a tireless worker. >> reporter: a gentleman and leader who has grown in size and stature. the academics prepared me for university of maryland. >> reporter: that is a big time college program. challenging for another tournament champion ship. it's his senior year that he is holding onto for as long as hek. >> i have a great group of guys. >> reporter: the coach knew it way back when
short her trip to asia. she went there in the hopes of a cease-fire. michael, what is the first thing that resonates with you when you see her on the ground. >> i think the white house has to show they have an active involvement, and they're going to be there to broker a deal. this has been the tradition of the u.s. role to come in and work something out and hopefully a lasting peace not something that lasts just a couple of years before they do this again. >> the first thing that struck me again when i heard this was going on, and that hillary clinton was meeting with netanyahu, it did not matter that netanyahu backed romney. all that time wasted, all that money wasted, perhaps but he still has america at his back. here is hillary clinton. >> president obama asked me to come to israel with a very clear message. america's commitment to israel's security is rock solid and unwavering. that's why we believe it is essential to de-escalate the situation in gaza. the rocket attacks inside gaza on israeli cities and towns must end, and a broader calm restored restored. >> so you hear hillar
and republicans to work together. good democrats love america, just like good republicans love america. >> michael moore is here to react to all of the events and if you have questions tweet us@piers tonight. we will begin on the long hard commute for millions of new yorkers. it's a rough time for many new yorkers. obviously a rough time for many people on the east coast. in new york it seems as almost two cities now. you have the half with power, upwards of 40th street and below 40th street a nightmare with no power. traffic, absolute chaos out there. i had to walk earlier because it was gridlock. what can you tell me about the subway, about power and when new york will be back on its feet? >> well, that's a question a lot of people are asking. it is obvious from what we witnessed today it will take a while before new york gets to what it used to be. today, what we witnessed, thousands of people walking across the queensboro bridge. some trying to make it home tonight. that's what we have been seeing throughout the day, not just here at the queensboro bridge but also at the brooklyn bridge. saw t
to go to trial. >> we want justice for michael. that's what he serves and that's what we are here for. as a family, we're not going to stop fighting for that. michael deserves it and we are going to get it. >> reporter: michael russell's family hosted a vigil at this elementary school the last three years. on november 10th, 2009, he was stabbed to death in the backyard of his home. >> i remember it like it happened yesterday. >> reporter: soon after the killing, police arrested two suspects in the case, both classmates of the victim. randy thompson 16 and jay williams 15 at the time of the killing and both are charged as adults. while the hearing was two with years ago, the trial is yet to begin because of numerous continuances. >> we want to do whatever we can to push this forward. >> reporter: 100 people joined and held candle and had a moment of silence. they want to honor russell's memory as they push for justice. >> earlier yesterday i saw a butterfly land in front of me and it was huge. never seen a butterfly that big in my life and made me think of michael. i knew it was michae
have an awesome elbow of the day today. we have michael hastings time tricia rose time and now we have go time. >> cenk usinger is taking much needed vacation time but we're continuing the work of the young turks here, and how can we not put the attention towards the mideast where the fighting continues on and on. and here is a report explaining that from abc. >> israel continued pounding palestinian targets over gaza launching dozens of new missiles strikes. >> it its incredible tense and we get the impression that a huge amount of effort is being made to try to bring about a cease-fire. >> the egyptian prime minister has presented hamas with a cease-fire saying they're close. the leader of hamas was considerably more defiant in a press conference. we will not accept any israeli conditions he said and we will not stop or any any cease-fire before we achieve our demand. the death toll continues to climb with 100 palestinians now dead. dozens of missiles continue to be launched at israel. [ sirens ] forcing families into shelters. meanwhile israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said
hit. we'll get to that in a second. >> will the fascination with michael jackson ever end? i don't think so. there are some startling revelationsen a new book about how jackson dealt with money not to mention his own fame and what he really wanted from his career. fascinating information there. >>> speaking of fascinating, we begin with the breaking news now that the top u.s. military commander in afghanistan is now also caught up in the petraeus scandal. general john allen is being investigated by the pentagon now for sending thousand of improper e-mails to jill kelly, of course, the whistle blower in this case. >> she is the florida woman who triggered an investigation which ultimately forced petraeus to resign. now defense officials would not discuss the nature of the relationship between general allen and jill kelly. but some 20,000 to 30,000 documents, involving inappropriate communications between general allen and the said individual, jill kelly. >> seeing all this play out on e-mail. e-mails from mistress paula to petraeus, that's what led to this. now another very high r
fors the.! "washington post," well astime's" senio correspondent michael crowley. we thanks so much. well, our daily fix, what are you looking at, chris cizilla, wh are the lessons youed lookin yo come? >> well, i mean let's talk first about lessons lear andrea. i would say republicans, to blame mitt romney for this loss in some ways misses the point. if you look at the be what you see is republicans have large-scale structural issues with coalition. they mitt romney got 27f hispa barack obama got 71%f hispanic vote nationally. women made up 53% of the electorate. there was an 11-point gender gap for bara o republican - won the white vot by 20 points, but it was, he ump tooentrow, a overall electorate. it's a dangerous game they arei party knew that before this election. if they didn't before this election, they certainly know now. i would point you to a statement marco rubio, senator from a, re morning basically saying we need we haveorsee, though, how the of the republican party reacts because that is not been a message thatee to in terms of loosening up ton their focus on immigr
. >> chair kim: thank you so much, mr. gallagher. next, we have michael maffei. is michael in the room? okay. >> michael called and said he -- public comment? >> chair kim: we will open it up for public comment. he had not informed our office that he would be here late. so it would have been helpful if he had let us know in advance but at this time we will open itj 9ñké up for public comment. if you'd like to speak, line up on the right side of> good afternoon, supervisors.-i÷rm=j i'm steven notesel, i serve on the veterans affairs commission, i'm secretary of theí1fv"gÑ commission. and we have some well-qualified candidates, all á.fhsátw them on the list have good qualifications. but i'm here to speak particularly for three who i think are a cut above the rest in termsm-vm%r@! of specific qualification that is applicable to the veterans affairs commission. the first one isÑakog @ john gallagher who just spoke. i would like to speak on his behalf. i knowtí5unñoi
correspondent michael crowley. welcome all. thanks so much. well, our daily fix, what are you looking at, chris cizilla, what are the lessons you've learned and looking at in the four years to come? >> well, yeah. i mean let's talk first about lessons learned, andrea. i would say republicans, to blame mitt romney for this loss in some ways misses the point. if you look at the exit polling, be what you see is republicans have large-scale structural issues with their coalition. they -- mitt romney got 27% of the hispanic vote nationally, barack obama got 71% of the hispanic vote nationally. women made up 53% of the electorate. there was an 11-point gender gap for barack obama. republican -- mitt romney won the white vote by 20 points, but it was, again, for the ump tooents election in a row, a declining share of the overall electorate. it's a dangerous game they are playing demographically. i think many leaders in the party knew that before this election. if they didn't before this election, they certainly know now. i would point you to a statement marco rubio, senator from florida, released earl
," michael beschloss, presidential historian, annette gordon-reed, author of "the hemingses of monticello," and jodi kantor, "new york times" writer. as president obama looks to his special terms, historians look at his past with great decisions and great achievements. the president met with several historians during his first term to get their vials. in fact, jodi kantor has written about those sessions between the president and the historians. how does history judge most presidents? george washington and f.d.r. in the top three and lincoln is number one, and fourth, thomas jefferson. i'm so impressed that you got to write the book. what gives thomas jefferson, the author of the declaration of independence, the right to be up there with the top three? del there are three things. one, he doubled the size of the country with the louisiana purchase, seizing a moment that might have slipped away. napoleon rethought this real estate deal and jefferson moved more quickly, got it done. i think he ratified in his political career, in his presidency, the promise of the declaration and the spirit
." the u.s. tied with germany at 16. >>> well, why is basketball legend michael jordan ban friday a miami golf course. >>> plus, when tigers attack, it's all caught on tape. that's next. >>> well, stories making news across america this morning. we begin with a deadly tiger attack at a virginia zoo. it was all caught on tape. children and their parents witnessed a female white tiger killed by a bengal tiger after she took what appeared to be a playful swipe. the animal has been isolated until officials determine how to integrate it back into the tiger exhibit. >>> well, a giant sinkhole the size of four football fields is endangering homes and has shut down one state road. the massive mess in ohio is believed to be caused by a combination of sand dredging and land erosion. the road will be closed until engineers figure out how to permanently repair the road. >>> and finally, two indiana friends had a good laugh at the expense of family and friends after posting a facebook photo of the $1 million powerball ticket. after being congratulated just a few times there, they revealed the photo wa
>> i will give you a job if you don't like it here. come work fome. >> great to see you, michael moore. anderson cooper right now. >>> we are in hoboken, new jersey right now, just across the fallout from sandy still coming. new york governor andrew cuomo is expected to address the media shortly. we will monitor what he says and bring you late details should the governor make news. bellevue right now evacuating patients. 700 patients in all. this will be going on all night long after a day of running the generator. the rooftop generators with buckets of fuel from the basement passed hand to hand up 13 flights of stairs, if you can imagine. and now traffic in manhattan jammed solid. the subways expected to start to come on-line tomorrow, but in a very, very limited way. people now jamming buses or simply walking. things are improving slightly in places. but this crisis is far from over and it is evolving almost minute by minute. we have all of the angles starting with president obama and new jersey governor chris christie. with the election near but the disaster now two political
you knew everything there was to know about michael jackson? think again. >> a surprising new book, the king of pop's personal struggles as we have never seen them before. that story coming up. >> ann ♪ don't just leave me alone ♪ leave me alone ♪ leave me alone >>> look at that. >> i can do my michael now. come on. well, at one time michael jackson was the most popular man on the planet, and that came with an extraordinary dose of publicity. >> we're not going to leave him alone. >> no, no, we're not. >> but now three years after his death, a new book reveals michael's private struggles in unparalleled detail. abc's nick watt has the story. ♪ thriller nights >> reporter: there hasn't been anyone that famous in a single moment as he was during "thriller" time. that was probably the peak of celebrity for a human being. >> reporter: randall sullivan highly acclaimed journalist spent three years getting behind the mask of the most celebrated entertainer our world has ever known. it's a tale of family, fame, lost childhood, and startling accusations that you won't have heard be
and clear it out. citizens trying to get the water to go down. i want to check in with michael holmes in tomsriver, new jersey. michael? >> yeah, anderson, you remember the aerial drops of the barrier islands. today we were able to get on the island and see from a ground level the destruction brought by sandy.is consideratable. these areas are popular with tourists. when sandy hit the full brunt hit some of those houses. hundreds of them had been destroyed or knocked off their foundation. sinkholes that had a pick up in it. one of the problems was see iin gas leaks and fires. we saw houses that were burned to the ground and the gas fires were burning. there are still efforts on going to get the leaks switched off. you could smell the gas in the air you could hear it hissing from the wreckage the houses. you think about the sand dunes. they are gone the water smashed into them the rivers of ocean water taking the sand with it. it is quite a sight. you can't imagine how much work needs to be done to get that place back think it's feet. >> it is going to be a lot of work. appreciate you
michael [speaker not understood] would come and give talks for us. and when i went out to look for michael crowe's e-mail address as he moved to the east bay, i lost track of it, what did i find but the obituary notice for me. and, so, i want to remember today michael crowe. i hope that, you know, the people who are watching and listening who maybe didn't know about it, didn't see it in the chronicle as i did not, will think of michael crowe. he was one of the knob hill neighbors as randy [speaker not understood] one of the people that lived in the neighborhood. during the time we were fighting the high-rises and demolitions and rezoning and so on, these people came and gave big talks at grace cathedral. we would get huge attendance and we learned about our neighborhood, the historic. we knew it was a beautiful historic neighborhood, but we would learn about the details like the little [speaker not understood] that randy would show us on top of the roofs or the good and the bad in recent architecture. or things like the little art deck owe store fronts, although at that time i don't think
, let's go to michael tomasky political correspondent. michael, this constitutes high drama by washington standards. any surprise that the president's proposal was outright rejected by speaker boehner? it was an "in your face" proposal to him. >> it was. i'm not surprised. i don't think any of us are surprised it was rejected. i think we're a little surprised, maybe a lot surprised it was put forward in the first place. this is really different. barack obama, this is a really different negotiating posture and position that he is starting from. if we look back to that horrible debt ceiling fiasco from last summer in 2011, i think we all remember how bleak that was that obama started his negotiating position really from a place that met the republicans more than halfway so he was going to be bound to end up meeting them in the final analysis. which is what happened. it was demoralizing. now, after re-election, he has been obviously very embowdenned. he's put forth something -- it is clear they won't accept it.
or atlantic city. appreciate you being with us. toms river where michael holmes witnessed the destruction up close. michael is there now. you got a first-hand look at new jersey's barrier islands today. what was that like? what did you see? >> we are one of the first ones in there among the media. what we saw was pretty shocking actually. we expected it to be bad and we have heard from the first responders who have been in there that it was bad but it was extraordinary. one of the first thing we saw driving through was an entire intact house in the middle of a street. it literally had been blown off and forced off by the water off the foundation and put about 30 yards away from those foundations. the other extraordinary thing we are standing there looking down the road and noticed a puddle of water. it was actually a sinkhole that had a full-size pickup in it that you can barely see above the water line. these are the scenes that greeted the first responders, as well. houses had collapsed on to themselves and others had been blown off their foundations and others did not look to be damaged b
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